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Kathi Littwin Photography

88 Wyckoff St., nr. Smith St., Ste. 2B, Cobble Hill, Brooklyn; 212-924-4205;

Fine-art turned weddings photographer Littwin takes modern photographs that also pay homage to her classic roots. Proficient in scenic, still-life, and fashion photography, she creates award-winning images from the first dab of lipstick to the last goodnight kiss. Starting price is $5,000; albums begin at $1,700.

Katrina Photography


Katrina Hajagos knows how to work under pressure (she started out as Hillary Clinton’s Senate photographer), but her signature photographs are lush panoramics that capture detail and mood. Hajagos will travel-she’s been to Mexico, Puerto Rico, and the Western U.S. in the last year. For $3,750, couples get ten hours, a second shooter, over 1,000 proofs, a CD/DVD of all images, and Internet service by request.

Kella MacPhee


MacPhee has a candid, carefree approach to her photography. Her photos captures the feeling behind each event, being both spontaneous and poignant. Packages start at $2,500 for eight hours with the 100 best-of pics, and online viewing.

Kelly Guenther


Guenther, a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist, now spends a great deal of her time shooting weddings. Her candid photos are sure to capture moments of excitement that even the bride and groom may have missed. A full day with Kelly, an online gallery, proofs, and a handmade album costs $4,400.

Kira Pollack Photography


A deputy photo editor of The New York Times Magazine, Pollack has a passion for photography and disdains the traditional posed wedding picture. Her signature shot captures everyone in attendance at the wedding together in one single frame. Photography costs $4,200, which includes unlimited film, ownership of the negatives, and four-by-six prints that arrive within a month of the wedding.

Krasner/Trebitz Photography

84 Courter Ave., nr. Norfolk Ave., Maplewood, N.J.; 973-313-0792;

Debra Trebitz and Bob Krasner’s images are romantic with a modern, candid style-they aim to capture the day without interrupting it. Their work can be seen in Vera Wang’s book on weddings. Prices start at $4,500 for one photographer, $7,000 for two.

Kristine Foley Photography

419 Lafayette St., nr. E. 4th St., third fl.; 917-435-1406;

Foley uses her background in fine-art photography to document weddings as they unfold. With close attention to lighting and composition, she creates images that can stand on their own as pieces of art. Wedding packages start at $4,000 for eight hours of work, proofs, and either negatives or a DVD of digital files.

Lensgirl Photography

526 W. 26th St., nr. Tenth Ave., Ste. 508; 917-405-3952;

A good option if you’re looking for a documentary photographer with a keen eye for spontaneity at a moderate price. Lensgirl’s package includes an online gallery where clients can view and purchase prints. From $2,900.

Leslie Hassler Studio


Former Ford model and NYU Film School student, Leslie Hassler shoots a handful of weddings each year with her husband Miguel, an Argentinean photographer. Hassler’s work has appeared in the New York Times and on the cover of GQ. From $4,000 to $10,000.

Lilian Haidar Photography

52 Macdougal St., nr. King St., Ste. 4C; 212-260-0129;

Haidar makes a distinct effort to collaborate with her clients aesthetically. For unique portraits, she takes brides and grooms to pre-scouted locations sprinkled throughout the city. She’ll travel abroad, having previously worked in the Caribbean, Europe, and Asia. Prices upon request.

Lily Kesselman Photography

425 W. 14th St., nr. Tenth Ave., Ste. 427-3F; 212-204-6518;

Former special-events planner Kesselman likes to capture "urban elegance" and has an eye for the colorful and casual. She specializes in portraits of couples and wants her photos to have the energetic yet unobtrusive feel of party spreads found in magazines. A full day starts at $3,500.

Lina Jang Photography

350 Fifth Ave., at 34th St.; 212-868-0218;

Jang combines a photojournalistic approach with an artistic eye¬-she uses exposure techniques such as saturating colors and varying shutter speeds. Her price begins at $5,000 for a Saturday wedding in high season; the package includes a second photographer, four-by-six finished prints of all shots, and online proofing.

Lisa NYC Pix


This contemporary artist, who has taught at the School of the Arts, says she shoots weddings to capture the "individual beauty of family and friendships." Sensitive to ceremony and reflection, she also excels at capturing humor and play-her style draws on her subjects’ sense of fun. She will travel. Prices start at $3,200 for the photographer and an assistant, proofs, and images on DVD.

Liz Linder Photography


Boston-based photographer Linder prides herself on capturing a story as it happens; her documentary style makes for spontaneous, honest shots. Linder is happy to travel-she has shot several weddings in Mexico and Lake Tahoe. Rates begin at $4,500. She also offers custom rates and service for a range of additional options, including albums, online posting, enlargement sets, and portrait sessions.

Londin Photography

22 E. 17th St., nr. Union Square W., Ste. 1227; 917-655-2832;

Ian Londin and his associates-all experienced editorial and wedding photographers-are sought after for their magazine-inspired style. They often bring both digital and film cameras when photographing a wedding. Packages-ranging from $3,500 to $4,500 for an associate, or starting at $5,500 for Londin himself-include unlimited shooting time, an online gallery, and proofs. Recently Londin partnered with a well-respected bookbinder to offer wedding albums that are hand-bound in fine materials such as silk and suede.

Marian Goldman Photography

1239 Broadway, nr. 31st St., Ste. 1601; 212-989-5377;

Goldman’s shots are vibrant and spontaneous, filled with tender portraits of the bridal party and illustrative action shots that capture the day’s humor. Due to her laidback disposition, she’s a favorite among couples who don’t want to sweat the details. From $2,800.

Mark Nelson Photography


Nelson’s style is clean and modern, capturing the impromptu moments of the day. A full-time wedding photographer, Nelson has shot in the Metropolitan Club, Oheka Castle, and the Mandarin Oriental. Rates include unlimited film and a complete wedding album. From $5,000.

May Wedding Photography


With Corinne May Botz, couples are not just getting a wedding photographer, they’re getting the trained eye of an artist. Botz, who has spent the last nine years as a freelance photographer and photography teacher, prides herself on capturing offbeat, idiosyncratic moments that others would miss. She’ll also create a personalized album. From $3,000.

Meg Smith Photography


Taking her inspiration from French photojournalists like Cartier Bresson, Smith specializes in candid shots with a timeless, classic feel. Her most basic package (for $10,000) includes six hours of coverage with an assistant, unlimited film, images, and an album put together by a bookbinder including color and black-and-white prints.

Mel Barlow


Barlow is a lifestyle photographer who breathes details. She scouts locations to bring her editorial eye and cinematic sensibility to life. Recently she captured a guest-less, "solitary" wedding during which the couple dined on a seven-course meal and flew in Japanese Kabuki dancers for their private entertainment. Prices range from $5,500 to $15,000 for Barlow and affiliated photographers.

Merri Cyr Photography


Merri Cyr has brought her experience photographing the likes of Coldplay and Yo-Yo Ma to weddings. Cyr uses her editorial training with magazines like Rolling Stone and Spin to inconspicuously capture each moment, whether candid or posed, throughout the day. Prices range from $1,980 for a half day to $4,950 for a ten-hour wedding, and include proofs, an online gallery, and DVD.

Mira Mamon


This photographer has taken photos of everyone from blushing local brides to former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, in addition to magazine and documentary-film work. Her wedding photos are evocative and well-executed-think vividly colored portraits and flattering, caramel-washed shots of guests. Prices start at $4,000.

Nelson Hancock Photography

111 Front St., nr. Adams St., Ste. 204, Dumbo, Brooklyn; 917-783-9520;

Hancock describes his style as "romantic realism." He works with a variety of cameras, ranging from digital, Polaroids, and on-site portrait booths for wedding guests. His standard two-photographer package costs $4,800, which includes unlimited shooting, a proof album, uploading to a website, and full ownership of the negatives.

Olivier Lalin

917-541-6384; 212-252-3952;

A photographer for nearly twenty years, and recognized for his portraits, this award-winning Parisian has a style that captures the subtleties of light and color in natural photographs. Perfect for the bride with a European sensibility, his photographs are artistic with a chic twist. From $8,000.


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